There are lots of places where I draw strength from. God, people who inspire me, and the personal talks I give myself lol lol lol. When I want to feel extra strong, I turn to my androgynous style. I put away the skirts and florals and grab a power jacket and crisp white shirt and I hit the day running. I have always loved masculine clean lines as it is so easy to wear and move around with a job like mine. I believe I am a strong female, and once in a while, I like to literally wear that impression on my sleeve.
In today's post, I sport a bomber jacket from men's designer Atto Tetteh, from his latest collection. He plays with the cultural embroidery detailing on the classic western bomber. I layered the jacket over a white shirt and wide leg black pants from elm Figabe. Topping off this look with a base ball cap from the one and only Kwame Adjaye and my purse from Myth House.
Thank you for stopping by, let me know if you have any comments about steeping into the masculine side ladies.
jacket | Atto Tetteh
pants| Elom Fiagbe
purse | Myth House
cap | Kwame Adjaye
Photography |Jerffery Quaye